Star Wars Pinball (2013)
Arcade 11 May 2013
Pinball created by Zen Studios. The game contains tables inspired by films, comics, games and series from the Star Wars universe. During the game we will hear original film sound effects, as well as samples of the characters' voices. The fun on individual flippers is made even more attractive by mini-games and animations of characters and objects.
Arcade 07 November 2000
Firmed by the legendary hard rock band KISS pinball simulator. Two visually refined tables are inspired by the work of charismatic musicians.
Arcade 25 April 2007
Pinball FX is a classic console position, which tries to reproduce the flippers known from game salons. The player is provided with a table and several balls. The point is to keep the ball on the table for as long as possible with the help of these flippers ("paws"), gaining as many points as possible. Pinball FX is a title created by ZEN Studios.
Arcade 13 November 2009
Two-dimensional pinball simulation. Developers have prepared thematic tables based on games, which appeared on Sony platforms. Players can compare their scores with other people thanks to online scoreboards.
Attack of the Silver Ball
Arcade 30 December 2001
A pinball simulator that allows you to play on three dimensional tables: Mafia Madness, Battle for Planet X and Paladin Wing.
Pinball Hall of Fame: The Gottlieb Collection
Arcade 14 November 2004
Pinball Hall of Fame is one of the few items available to console owners to simulate pinball. In many respects, however, this is an unusual programme.
Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection
Arcade 26 February 2008
Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection is a pinball simulation item. It is a de facto continuation of the game, released in 2004. In addition to the reflection of the metal ball with flippers, this product also offers its users the opportunity to learn about the history of one of the leading companies, producing, among others, pinball tables.
Arcade 06 August 1990
Before 21st Century Entertainment began to achieve significant success in the field of computer flippers, many companies tried to create their own flippers. Among them was Pinball Magic, presented by the French company Loriciel, which in the electronic entertainment market was mainly known for its simple and pleasant arcade.
Disney's Monsters: Pinball Panic
Arcade 10 December 2001
The third part of the series of four arcade mini-games "Monsters and the Company" based on the screenplay of a film of the same title, Walt Disney's studio
Arcade 31 March 2006
Theoretically, Odama is a pinball like any other. Practically, the ball - the title Odama - is a huge stone ball rolling on the battlefield, and we will rip off our vocal cords while controlling the legions of soldiers, who are forced to cross their swords with various opponents.
Arcade 22 June 1995
Pinball simulator. Fast gameplay offers fans of steel ball bouncing four different tables: Rock Fantasy, Medieval Knights, Urban Chaos and Monkey Mayhem.
Balls of Steel
Arcade 12 December 1997
Another pinball production, this time with Apogee/3D Realms logo. Players have at their disposal 5 tables in a different style, and one of them is dedicated to the hero of the cult FFP Duke Nukem 3D shooting.
3D Ultra NASCAR Pinball
Arcade 30 September 1998
Another part of the original pinball series, created by Sierra and Dynamix studio. In this version, the authors focused on NASCAR formula races popular in the USA, and the gameplay reflects the course of a typical race, including the preparation of the car in the garage and pit-stop repairs.
Akira Psycho Ball
Arcade 21 February 2002
An arcade game based on manga and anime Akira film from 1988, which belongs to the pinball genre. The game offers a feature mode, in which we perform subsequent tasks on four thematically related tables. Completion of the story unlocks the arcade mode, in which we can play freely on each of the tables, focusing on beating records.
Arcade 05 May 2016
A mobile action game which combines pinball and painting in an rather interesting way. This unorthodox idea was created in the London-based studio State of Play. Similarly as in case of a typical pinball, in Inks the player bounces a ball by using flippers placed at the bottom of the screen. However, instead of an impressive pinball table, in this game the screen shows only a simple background with lightly drawn contour. The screen, which at first is gray, quickly gains new colors as each hit at the specially marked edges of the table makes colorful paints spill. Interesting, unique effects that can be considered similar to modern art, are obtained thanks to the splashes and streaks painted by the physical engine and the rolling ball. In addition to nice aesthetics of one’s creations, the player also receives points as a reward – the more accurately he hits various tunnels, ramps etc, the more points he gains.
Pac-Man Pinball Advance
Arcade 02 May 2005
Pac-Man becomes a pinball hero. We play on four tables, which do not differ much from each other, but the gameplay is quite varied, among other things, thanks to the tasks introduced to it.
Arcade 28 November 2005
Fastlane Pinball is a budget program simulating pinball. The creators from the Dutch company Framework Studios focused primarily on online gameplay and competition between players.
Arcade 12 April 1995
Pinball Mania is another "flipper" signed with the 21st Century Entertainment logo - a company that in the mid-1990s almost completely mastered the computer pinball market, serving high quality products to players. This program is considered to be the second installment of Pinball Fantasies and, like Pinball Dreams 2, was created by Spidersoft.
Williams Pinball Collection
Simulation 26 February 2008
A remake of a classic pinball from the times of arcade machines. The game provides us with 10 most popular tables, known from Williams flipcharts.
Pro Pinball: Big Race USA
Arcade 31 December 1998
Another, third title from an excellent series of pinball simulators. This time we have at our disposal a table in a typical American style, and the plot of the game focuses on the theme of a taxi ride through the United States.
The Pinball of the Dead
Quite unusual pinball, in which the main roles "play" live corpses. The game contains numerous references to the series "The House of the Dead". Producers have prepared three different tables for the game.
Arcade 25 January 1995
The most unusual flipper simulator ever seen in daylight. Depending on the progress, the player moves between several tables and explores the title world.
Pro Pinball: Timeshock!
Arcade 30 September 1997
Continuation of a series of realistic pinballs, launched in 1996. This time the authors serve us a journey in time, asking players to find fragments of the crystal hidden in four different time zones.
Arcade 19 October 2011
Pinballistik is a simulator of the well-known pinball game room, which among the titles of the genre distinguishes the ability to play with another person and compete with her for points on the same table. The authors of the game are the Creat team, known for their work on the American Chopper series.
Metroid Prime Pinball
Action 24 October 2005
Metroid Prime Pinball is a program designed for those fans of the Metroid Prime series, who after some time are bored with the constant destruction of thousands of enemies. In the pinball version we also use the services of the intergalactic prize hunter Samus, namely her 'spherical' character, who is perfect for the flippe table.
Arcade 11 August 1997
Pinball 3D-VCR (in the United States known as Total Pinball 3D) is a modified version of Pinball Mania from 1995, which offers a new look at the tables well known from the original.